A Walk On The Wild Side

I bet you thought you’d never see it! Bunny Hill with wild fabric. And you thought I was all about shabby and chic. Well this designer has a bit of the fever and when I saw the new line called Woodland Bloom by Lila Tueller, a new designer at Moda Fabrics, it was screaming to me to please make me into _______! Ha, can’t tell you what I made it into yet. You’ll see soon enough. Thanks Lila for such beautiful, fun fabrics! http://lilatuellerdesigns.blogspot.com/

A sneak peek? OK but just a little one….and no it’s not really a flower quilt. Only two flowers on the entire quilt! You’ll have to wait just a bit longer…


Did you notice the wonderful machine applique done by my friend Anne? We use the DMC machine embroidery thread in both the bobbin and the top and the result is a thread that sinks right into the fabric. Cotton thread on cotton fabric. It just doesn’t get any better for machine applique.

And remember those stacks of fat quarters that Bridgette was cutting for me? Those beautiful Japanese Lecien fat quarters that I used in the “I Believe in Angel’s” Quilt?

Today she brought them back in neatly packaged bundles and they are now on my web site available for sale! 13 fat quarters of that hard to find fabric from Japan. http://bunnyhilldesigns.com/store/products/?category=30

Oh, and thank you all for your comments on my last post! I just love that word cuppa and now I have a new one to use “chinwag”. LOL! I do enough chinwagging for two people.

The caffeine is back in stock at Bunny Hill and my ironing board has been raised up 6 inches. I’m off to a good start this week.
Hugs and happy chinwagging,

Anne

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  • the Material Girls Quilts - I love that fabric! I can’t wait for it to come to the shop. When will your new pattern be available?
    I love your posts! be sure and check out Material Girls Blog
    http://www.thematerialgirlsquilts.blogspot.com
    Thanks,
    NadineReplyCancel

  • chook - oh wow yummy fabric
    and I am so excited I got my homespun mag today with you in it yay I will sit down with a cuppa later and have a good read
    hugs BethReplyCancel

  • Dandelion Quilts - That looks delicious! How can we wait?? So cute, vibrant, and fun!ReplyCancel

  • yellowfarmhouse - Oh I agree totally – that fabric line is yummy and it’s not even my colors, LOL. Anne told me about her way of machine applique – it looks beautiful. Sound like your week is starting out purrrfect :)

    Hugs – KarenReplyCancel

  • Catherine - I LOVE that fabric — can’t wait to get my hands on some! The pattern too — I want the whole thing!ReplyCancel

  • My LIttle Family: - I see a log cabin in that sneak peak so I am wondering about how the flowers fit in? Perhaps a center medallion surrounded by logs? VickieReplyCancel

  • Nanette Merrill and daughters - Thanks for the hint about the machine embroidery thread. It is a lovely applique. But the real winner is the technique!!! It is perfect.ReplyCancel

  • Happy Zombie - Ooooo Anne… DMC tread! Must go find some and try it – thanks for the info – very exciting.

    Happy-Stack-Alert… love your beautiful little Lecien stacks-o-joy!!!ReplyCancel

  • Sweet Cottage Dreams - Love the fabric!!! Hmmmm….what ARE you making? A pillow? Do tell!

    wink wink,
    Becky
    xoReplyCancel

  • Alison Boon - The fabric just makes me want to start stitching. Fab. Mooch looks like a very helpful cat.ReplyCancel

  • Mary's Cottage Quilts - Caffine AND a raised ironing board… You’ve got it made now!!!
    Have a great weekend (just don’t iron too much after all of that caffine) :)
    MaryReplyCancel

  • Jennifer - Can’t wait to see the finished project! I am in the middle of a Woodland Bloom jelly roll quilt.ReplyCancel

  • Tozz - I love your quilt and have the Homespun magazine and it is one of my favourite magazines. The fabrics you have used are just gorgeous and I would love for a fabric manufacturer to ask me to make something from their range. I loved reading about you and look forward to more.ReplyCancel